Jeep reveals four exciting new concepts and they’re all wild

An offroader for everyone.
  • Jeep has unveiled four new concept cars
  • All of them are offroad SUVs
  • Some of them are quite unusual

Published on Apr 14, 2024 at 12:34PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 15, 2024 at 6:59PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Nalin Rawat
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Jeep has unveiled four new concepts at an annual event, and they’re all out of this world.

The automaker hosts the Easter Jeep Safari event every year, sharing its concepts with offroad enthusiasts.

This year, fanatics witnessed four offroad SUV concepts that could become real.

The class of 2024 certainly didn’t leave them disappointed.

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It seems everyone wants an SUV nowadays, and that caused enthusiasts to imagine luxury SUVs like this Bugatti concept.

First off, there’s the Low Down Concept.

It’s exactly what you would expect it to be — an offroader built like a tank.

The Low Down can practically drive over anything, even another SUV, without breaking a sweat.

That’s because of the 42-inch mud-terrain tires and the carbon fiber fender.

But build quality isn’t its only perk.

It packs a 475-horsepower 6.4-liter 392 V-8 engine with 8-speed automatic transmission.

Now, that calls for a drive in the desert or an abandoned town while driving over all the curbs.

It’s worthwhile to note – however – that these SUVs are just concept cars, and might never make it to production.

Next, there’s the Willys Dispatcher Concept.

It’s basically a modern recreation of the retro Jeep off-roader.

Based on the Wrangler 4xe, the Willys Dispatcher is your means to drive a utilitarian car that you can drive over anything.

Be cautious there, though.

It houses a 2.0-liter plug-in hybrid 4xe propulsion system that produces 375 hp.

Next up, the Jeep Gladiator Rubicon High Top Concept is probably overkill for a pickup truck.

Its exclusive offering is probably the 40×13.5R18 BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires.

These should be sufficient for any ‘heavy duty’ pickup truck needs.

The flatbed has enough space if you want to set up camp in the middle of a desert.

Finally, the automaker revealed the Vacationer concept.

Now, there’s a lot happening with the Vacationer, but there’s certainly one aspect that you can’t miss.

Yes, it’s the custom, carbon-fiber, climate-controlled RedTail Overland Skyloft — which has sleeping space for two people.

Oh, and there aren’t any second or third-row seats in this large luxury SUV, just an entrance to the Skyloft from the inside.

Camping and SUVs go hand in hand these days, and this might just be a competition for the Tesla Cybertruck tent attachment.

These concepts showcased by the Jeep brand and Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) remain ideas at the end of the day, but maybe we will get to see some wild ones, like the Vacationer concept, come to life one day.

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